Gizmodo has the answers to all your LEGO questions

Ask and you shall receive. Jesus Diaz has worked with LEGO to put together answers to all the great questions LEGO fans threw his way earlier this month.

A few favorites:

I want you to ask the Lego gang for the definitive answer on the plural for Lego bricks. Is it, as we Brits say, simply Lego, or is it, as some Americans insist, Legos?

Actually both the Brits and the Americans are wrong—but are all forgiven! “Lego” is an adjective and is not meant to be a standalone name. It should always be Lego bricks, Lego building, Lego products, etc.

Why do Lego look so delicious but taste so bad?

As your parents probably told you when you were young, there are some things that shouldn’t be eaten. Lego bricks are one of them. Please keep them away from your mouth.

Read Everything You Always Wanted to Know About Lego on Gizmodo.

3 comments on “Gizmodo has the answers to all your LEGO questions

  1. Dave Lartigue

    I’d just like to point out that those of us who refer to them as “Legos” aren’t looking for an official source to set us straight. TLC can call them whatever they want and they can really really wish fervently I’d call them whatever they want, but I was playing with “Legos” when I was seven, I’ve played with “Legos” ever since then, and as far as I’m concerned, “Legos” is what they are.

  2. David

    I agree with Dave, I don’t care what the official name is, I don’t give a damn. I think this whole thing is a joke.

    The company is Lego and I build with Legos. This is almost as lame as when Nintendo game out and told everyone the official names for the GameCube Nintendo (Yeah…) and the GameBoy Advance Playing Devise or something equally as stupid.

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